podcast Archive

072 Patrick Keller | A Fascination With the Paranormal is Now Normal

Patrick Keller is the host of the Big Séance Podcast and a middle school vocal music teacher. His podcast opens up a discussion on all thing paranormal and touches on subjects like ghost hauntings, spirit communication, paranormal research, and more. Patrick talks about his childhood, his podcast obsession, and his intense interest in the paranormal.

071 Morgan Dix | The Beauty of Meditation Provides Him Clarity

Morgan Dix is the co-founder and creative director for About Mediation, as well as the host of The OneMind Meditation podcast. He has 15 years of formal meditation training in a contemporary yoga and meditation ashram, where he also created online courses and learning opportunities for thousands of people. Morgan talks on how he found

070 Bill Barol | Defining the Meaning of Home, One Story at a Time

Bill Barol is the host of HOME: Stories From L.A. and the author of Thanks for Killing Me. He is also a journalist and has written for various web sites such as Forbes, Huffington Post, and others. Although Bill's podcast is relatively new, it really stood out to me because of its high quality. Bill

069 Mark Asquith | Your Personality Is Your Company’s Secret Weapon

Mark Asquith is the host of the Excellence Expected podcast, which is the number one small business podcast in the United Kingdom. Mark and I geek out a little bit on DC comics/superheroes and the nostalgia effect that happens when we pick up a comic. We also find out about Mark's former mentors and the

068 Taki Moore | This Super Coach Tackles Adversity With a Smile

Taki has a background in marketing and has been an inspirational coach to me. We met through a mutual friend, James Schramko, who I have also interviewed here. On the show, Taki shares his story on why he hates shoes, his first real job experience, and how he handles adversity.

067 Amy Schmittauer | How YouTube Has Propelled Her Savvy Branding

Amy Schmittauer is a professional vlogger on YouTube and the host of The Social Authority Podcast. Amy talks on the main reason for creating her podcast, why she loves the video format just as much as the audio, and whether or not she'll continue creating podcast episodes after February of next year.

The Incredibly Exhaustive List of Podcasts About Podcasting

(Originally posted on Medium on 11/12) I always have an interesting discussion when I describe to people what my podcast is about. I tell them “it’s a podcast about podcasting, I know, super-meta, huh?.” I didn't even know podcasts about podcasting was a thing! And then, invariably, I make the comparison to the amazingly inventive

066 Remi Lavictoire & Jonathan Colba | A Passion For Science Fiction Unites Them

Rem Lavictoire and Jonathan Colbon of The Sci-Fi Movie Podcast join me on the show to discuss their podcast and the various movies that have influenced them. We talk about Star Wars, Alien, Jaws, and so much more. This is definitely the podcast for all you movie buffs out there.

065 Lea Thau | Discovering Intimate Moments in People’s Lives

Lea Thau is a Peabody Award-winning producer and director, and she is also the creator and host of Strangers. Her podcast features true stories of people she meets. These 'strangers' bare it all on her podcast, and some even discover they aren't who they thought they were. Lea has also taught storytelling to organizations around

064 Dan Lizette Turns the Tables on Harry Duran

OK, this week Dan Lizette run an interesting experiment. With The Podcast Digest episode released on Sunday, the first part of our diabolical plan was put into motion. It turns out he's interviewing me for my show, while I return the favor on his show, which is now on the air!

Dan Lizette Turns the Tables on Harry Duran | PJ064

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063 Mike Vardy | A Life Lived Productively Pays Off

Mike Vardy is the host of the Productivity podcast and the co-host of Workflowing with Michael Schechter. He has given both talks and workshops related to goal, time, task, and project management. On today's episode, Mike talks to Harry on the three words he's focusing on this year, his family, and why he has a

062 Christina Canters | Why You Need To Stand Out and Get Noticed

Christina Canters is the host of the Stand Out Get Noticed podcast and is a former architect. Christina shares her story on why she created her first podcast, Presentation Skills For Design Students, and why she made the decision to leave her career in architecture at the end. She also talks on how she discovered

061 Jason Bryant | Persistence and Perseverance, On and Off the Mat

Jason Bryant is the host of the Short Time Wrestling podcast and currently runs a network of shows on the subject of wrestling on MatTalkOnline.com. Jason Bryant started Mat Talk as a radio show back in 1997 as a college freshman and then later relaunched it in podcast format. Jason talks to me about his

060 Mocean Melvin | It’s Not Easy Being So Funny

Mocean Melvin is one of the creators for The MoShow Podcast. The MoShow is an off-the-cuff comedy podcast that will either seriously offend you or have you rolling on the floor laughing. The MoShow only publishes one or two shows a month due to the high-quality content that gets produced. Mocean talks on why he

059 Amy Robles | The Importance Of Having Walked In Their Shoes

Amy Robles is the host of Think Enriched, a podcast about money management. Amy and her husband were able to pay off $25,000 of debt in 2014 just by making some simple, but smart financial decisions. Amy talks a little bit on her background and the importance of connecting with family and those around you.

058 Jerod Morris | Don’t Know Where To Start? Build An Audience

Jerod Morris is the VP of RainMaker.FM and the VP of Marketing for Copyblogger. He hosts a couple of very successful podcasts, including The Lede, The Showrunner, and Primility. Jerod shares interesting insight on how he runs 5 regular podcasts, his struggles with creating content, and not failing on his commitment to his audience. Jerod

057 The Real Brian | On The Path To Profit From Podcasting

The Real Brian is the host of several podcasts such as Profitcast, Arrow Squad, the Audio Books podcast, and the Podcasters Paradise podcast. Brian talks on why he got into radio initially, his love for playing and creating music, and some key lessons he learned since he started Profitcast. Brian says that busy people often

056 Jason Cabassi | Looking At Competition From An Abundance Mindset

Jason Cabassi is the creator and host of the Walking Dead Cast. I sit down with him to talk about why he decided to start the show and what his plans are after the show ends. The episode almost turned into a movie podcast, because we both have a strong love for zombie movies and

055 Nick Seuberling | Turning Your Passion Into New Opportunities

Nick Seuberling is the founder of SPNT.TV and the Executive Producer for the Inside the Jungle podcast, a sports podcast about the Cincinnati Bengals. Nick is also the co-host for the Podcasters' Group Therapy podcast, a support group for podcasters. Nick started his sports podcast in 2010, but he's always had a passion for talk

054 Helen Zaltzman | Telling Stories, One Word At A Time

Helen Zaltzman has been podcasting for 9 years and surprisingly enough, says she still feels like a novice. She co-hosted her first podcast with Olly Mann called Answer Me This! and followed it up with the very popular, The Allusionist. That second podcast is a language and etymology show that is part of Roman Mars's

053 Rob Greenlee | This Podcast Ambassador Continues To Spread The Gospel of Podcasting

Robert Greenlee is a veteran in the podcasting industry. He started his WebTalk World Radio Show in 1999 and has been working in the podcasting field since. I talk to Rob about why he started his first podcast, his aquaponics hobby, and so much more on this week's episode of Podcast Junkies.

052 Raymond Wiley | The Importance of Honesty in History

Raymond Wiley is the host of The Shadow of Ideas. Raymond has been broadcasting/podcasting since 2004 and has started three different podcasts since then. The Shadow of Ideas is the first podcast he's done as a solo host and he's loving it so far. The Shadow of Ideas explores the world of current events, social

051 Rob McGinley Myers | What Is It That Truly Makes Us Human

Rob McGinley Myers is the host for Anxious Machine. He is part of The Heard, which is a podcast collective of several different and awesome shows. The best way to describe Rob's podcast is it's a show about the impact of technology on our everyday lives. Rob's interview style really brings out a lot of

050 Chris Cerrone & Laci Urcioli | The Importance of Staying True To Yourself

Chris Cerrone and Laci Urcioli are the hosts of The Chris Cerrone Show, which is a topped ranked business podcast specifically for entrepreneurs. I have interviewed Chris in the past and I bring him on for the second time, because I believe the 50th episode should be an opportunity for reflection. Chris and Laci open

049 Rob | Walch The Truth About Podcast Download Numbers

Rob Walch is the VP at Libsyn and the host of Podcast 411 and Today in iOS. I've been Libsyn's customer for a while now since I've gotten started. I've had multiple interactions with Rob and I think there's this notion sometimes that I've heard people say Rob can be a bit grouchy, I don't

This Nocturne Host Is More Of a Hummingbird Herself | Vanessa Lowe | PJ048

This interview, I spoke with the charming Vanessa Lowe. Vanessa is the host of Nocturne, which could be classified as ambient storytelling. It takes the topic of night time as its subject matter and each month is a new story with that as the theme. I found out about her podcast because initially she reached

047 Brendan McDonald | An Interview 10 Years In The Making

I'm really happy to be a podcaster today because today's interviewee is Brendan McDonald, the producer of the WTF with Marc Maron podcast. Brendan was a really great guest. There were many times he could have just easily given me a yes or no response, but I could tell he went out of his way

046 You Lou Mongello | Can’t Fake It In Podcasting

I really had a blast talking to Lou Mongello for this week's episode. Lou is a serious Podcast Junkie who has been podcasting since 2005. He's the host of Walt Disney World Radio and has a very 'what you see is what you get' personality. Lou is definitely, definitely passionate about what he does and

045 Jessica Rhodes | The Importance of Matching Energies

Jessica Rhodes was the co-host of The Podcast Producers and also has her own podcast, Rhodes to Success. I talk to Jessica about her business, Interview Connections and how she got started booking guests on podcast shows. We cover almost everything from TV shows to booking guests to just kind of goofing around and having

044 Corey Coates | The One Thing That Can’t Be Faked Is Your Talent

Welcome to episode 44 of Podcast Junkies! Today we'll be talking to Corey Coates. Corey is the founder of Podfly, a podcast production service, and the co-host and co-creator of The Podcast Producers. Corey is the kind of guy that says whatever is on his mind and so we should probably slap on an explicit

043 Liz Covart | The Present Always Colors How We View The Past

I first heard about Liz Covart on The Podcast Producers hosted by Jessica Rhodes and Corey Coates. I really liked her take on some of the subjects she talked about on that show and wanted to find out more about her. Liz has a PhD in history and has a lot of interesting things to

042 Jennifer Briney | I Actually Enjoy Reading the Bills, Which Means I’m a Giant Nerd

I first met Jen Briney at New Media Expo and really loved what she's doing with her podcast. She reviews the bills coming out of the House of Representative and Congress on her podcast. Be warned that this is not a 30 minute show! Jen and I talk about her podcast, how she got started,

041 John Dennis | Don’t Wait For Others To Open The Door

Harry invites John Dennis on to show to talk about his background and a bit of his life story. John has a lot of upcoming projects he's excited about and also shares some of his failures on the show. John mentions how he's 'too nice' and because of it people try to take advantage of

040 Colin Gray | Plan Your First Ten Episodes Wisely

Colin Gray first started producing podcasts for his university in Scotland in 2007. On the university's budget, he was able to try out podcasting and somewhere in between he fell in love with the medium. Harry calls Colin a podcast veteran because he was an early adopter to the art and Colin himself loves to

039 Vernon Ross | Pick Your Guests Wisely

In today’s episode of Podcast Junkies, Harry Duran talks to The Social Strategy’s Vernon Ross interview. Together, they discuss the importance of maintaining real life values and sticking with your gut. Despite cries of selfishness, Ross insists on being choosy over who he interviews, and understands totally the way that podcasts and interviews can get

038 Justin Sisley | Choose Lesser-Known Entrepreneurs Every Time

Justin Sisley Interview of Driven to Better Podcast is today’s Podcast Junkie for a very good reason – as an entrepreneur himself, he knows the stresses and challenges, and has chosen to highlight and celebrate the up and coming ideas of other ‘new and noteworthy’ businesspeople. In the episode, he also talks about how to

037 Jared Easley | Understand Your Guests and Take Responsibility For Yourself

A self-published book down, a traditionally-published one on the way, a successful podcast and a massively popular podcasting conference, Starve the Doubts’ Jared Easley Interview proves he can put his mind to anything. Recorded live at the 2015 New Media Expo, Easley shares his experiences, thoughts and opinions with Podcast Junkies on topics from figuring

036 Ryan Williams | Find Your Podcasting Niche

Ryan Williams Interview as a podcaster takes being astute and conscious to a new level. Host of The Influencer Economy, he is used to analyzing the influence and effects of any number of things on an audience – tie this in with podcasting and you have a guy who understands the importance of establishing a

035 Jessica Kupferman | Why A Woman’s Perspective Is Vital In Business And Podcasting

It’s all about providing women with a voice when it comes to this Jessica Kupferman Interview. Host of Lady Business Radio and co-host of She Podcasts, Jessica is your one-stop spot for tips on raising a family while maintaining a business as well as how to use your own personality to draw people in and